Read Every Word?

How do people read posts?  They slide, skip, and skim.  Eye-Tracker explains what you need to know from the studies, so your readers keep reading you – that’s the reason you write, right?

Skimming the Screen (unsplash photo)

Avi Richards

You think your readers will read your every word?  Silly you.  Not likely.  Hardly happens.  No way.

Rather Watch How People Read?

Neilson Norman Group spends a lot of time tracking content and eyes.  Want to see how readers see your writing?

Image Attributions Revisited

Super “thank you” to Paganini for using in his recent post.  I didn’t know this site and think it’s worth a coffee break to explore it more.

Love Taking the Time to Think (unsplash photo)

Photo by Jonas Jacobsson on Unsplash Jonas Jacobsson

New Thought on Every Word

You should read every word and you should consider the very important messages within Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird.  Open your mind to what is, what can be, and what should be.

Discomfort and Heroism (Photo credit: ALA – The American Library Association via / CC BY-NC-SA)

Read it to understand how to fight against narrow- and small-minded views like those who want to take it away from students because it “makes some people uncomfortable.”  Are you serious??  That’s exactly Lee’s point!!!!  What’s your Twitter view on this?


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